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Graduate / Internship at Ray Nkonyeni Municipality

Closing Date: 03 March 2017
Stipend: R2500 per month
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (2 YEAR CONTRACTS)
The Ray Nkonyeni Municipalityc, an equal opportunity employer, will be rolling – out an internship programme to promote capacity building within the municipality and providing job experience to unemployed graduates. Graduates who come from within the Ray Nkonyeni Municipal area will get preference.
 Graduates with the following Degrees / Diploma should apply:
  • Environmental Science / Management
  • Geography & Environmental Management
  •  Light Duty Motor Mechanic
  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Building and Construction Management
  •  Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  •  Project Management
  • Public Relations
  • Communication Science
  • Public Management
  • Community development
  •  Sports Management
  • Social Science
  •  Library studies
  • Tourism and art
  • General cleaning services (Grade 9)

How To Apply

Submit applications / CVs with certified copies of qualificat ions , proof of residence to the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, Department Corporate Services , PO Box 5, Port Shepstone, 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, 4240
Ray Nkonyeni Municipality is committed to the provisions of the Employment Equity Act No.: 55 of 1998. Any appointment that promote s representivity in all categories and levels within the workforce of the Council will gain preference
Canvassing with Councillors will disqualify the applicant.
Enquiries: Acting Manager Human Resources Telephone: 039 688 20 23 / 2071
 NB: If you do not h ear from us within 21 working days of the closing date, regard your application as unsuccessful

Internship at Arts & Culture Trust (ACT)

The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency, calls for applications from emerging arts administrators and recent arts graduates for a six-month full-time internship funded by The National Lotteries Commission (NLC).

The primary aim of ACT is to increase the amount of funding available for arts and culture initiatives, and to apply these funds to innovative, sustainable projects that make a meaningful contribution to society.

This Johannesburg-based opportunity will see the successful candidate gain significant experience and hands-on practical experience, as they work closely with the ACT team, providing support for ACT’s programmes, between May and October 2017.

ACT is seeking young graduates with a keen interest in arts administration and the South African arts and culture sector. The internship will offer training that will build upon the intern’s theoretical knowledge in an applied setting, which will contrast theory with practice.
While fostering a sense of professionalism, the internship is designed to refine the writing, verbal and analytical skills of the intern, as well as honing practical knowledge of systems such as WordPress, Hootsuite and Microsoft Office Suite. A strong work ethic and industry best practice will also be imparted on the chosen graduate.

 “In addition to gaining valuable relevant experience, the internship is a steppingstone to establishing a career in the arts. The networking skills and access to information and knowledge hold great potential for an eager young arts administrator,” says Pieter Jacobs, the Chief Executive Officer of ACT.

The intern will be challenged to contemplate matters relating to project implementation, logistics, financial management, marketing, monitoring and evaluation, data collection, analysis and reporting throughout this six-month long opportunity. These invaluable skills will help separate the intern from their peers, both on paper and in practice.
Funded the National Lotteries Commission (NLC) the intern will receive a stipend of R 6,500 per month.
How to apply
Closing date is 24 March 2017.
Click here to apply online

No Experience June Vacation Internship at Procter & Gamble

A P&G internship offers the opportunity to experience all that we have to offer – our work, our people, our values, and our culture. We believe there is no better way to learn about these things than to participate in them first hand. And that’s just what you’ll do as a P&G Intern!
Interns will have the opportunity to work on a P&G project assignment with real world responsibilities, tasks and working relationships gaining an understanding of how P&G works. As well as this, Interns will have the opportunity to take on real projects that are vital to the growth of our business with a presentation of your final project to the department senior manager at the end of the internship period.
An internship at P&G will give you rewarding & challenging work from day one. You’ll hit the job running with challenging projects that allow you to improve peoples’ lives in small but always meaningful ways every day, while rapidly growing your skills Internship Period: 6 – 8 weeks during the June/July Vacation period.
Requirements
  • Eligible candidates need to be studying towards a Degree
  • Proven track record of leadership experience & team work
  • Proven leadership experience through working with societies and/or group projects
  • Logical, Analytical & Strategic thinking
  • Interpersonal skills (conflict, influence, negotiation, relationship building, diversity)
  • Good academic record
  • Passionate about innovation and winning
  • Ready to face a challenging experience
How to apply
Click here to apply online

Internship at Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator

The Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator (OPFA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Pension Funds Act, 24 of 1956 to investigate complaints referred to it in terms of the Act. The OPFA is based in Ashlea Gardens in Pretoria.
 
The OPFA seeks to appoint a Legal Intern to investigate and resolve complaints.
The individual will be exposed to the following areas:
  • Attend to walk in complaints in lodging new complaints
  • Draft and send initial letters to the parties.
  • Draft and send reply/follow-up letters.
  • Ensure documents are sent to the correct parties.
  • Receive responses and replies as well as saving them on Software system (Respond).
  • Engage and Investigation of complaints as well as drafting of determinations in terms of the work flow.
  • Engage with parties to a complaint in relation to the administrative aspects of the file/investigation.
  • Prepare draft letters based on research and direction given by the Team Leader.
  • Request for reply letters from complainant.
  • Request confirmation of settlement from the parties.
  • Peruse responses from parties and advice the team leader if further information is required
  • Follow up on undertakings to respond.
  • Request all necessary investigation reports.
  • Keep record of all files allocated to them.
  • Keep all correspondence relating to a complaint together including telephone calls, emails, etc.
  • Submit weekly and monthly statistics to the team leader
Requirements
  • Tertiary Qualifications
  • LLB degree
  • Certificate in Pension Funds law (Added advantage)
  • Practical Legal Training (Added) Advantage
  • No experience required
Key competencies
  • Computer Literacy (MS Word, Excel, Ms Outlook)
  • Communication skills
  • Listening skills (verbal and written)
  • Self-motivated
  • Planning and organising
  • Resilience
  • Ability to analyse, interpret, solve problems and making of legal arguments to reach a conclusion.
  • Good writing skills with the ability to express complex concepts.
  • Ability to make investigative decisions in the resolution of complaints.
How to apply
Closing date for applications is Friday, 3 March 2017
Interested persons should apply in writing by submitting their curriculum vitae to careers@pfa.org.za and for further enquiries contact Kurhula Masinge on 012 784 4081 or send via email to Kurhula.Masinge@pfa.org.za.
The OPFA reserves the right not to make an appointment. If you do not receive any response within a month of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. Regret correspondence will only be sent to candidates who were interviewed.
Via – OPFA

Graduate / Internship at SADPMR

Closing Date:  24 February 2017
The South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator , invites self – motivated and suitably qualified individuals who wish to stand out in their field to apply for the following vacancy:  The Chief Executive Officer of the SADPMR hereby invites qualified graduates to join the organisation on a 12 months internship programme. We are looking for high – achieving graduates in the following fields:
Information & Communication Technology (ICT) [x1]
  • BSc Computer Science / ND:  Information Technology
Head Office
REF: JHB01 1
PPrecious Metals and Beneficiation  [x1]
  • Degree or National Diploma in Statistics
Head Office
REF: JHB02 1
DiDiamond Exchange and Export Centre  [x1]
  • Degree or National Diploma in Public Administration
Head Office
REF : JHB03 1
DiDiamond Inspectorate  [x1]
  • Degree or National Diploma in Statistics
Head Office
REF: JHB04 2
Diamond Inspectorate  [x1]
  • Degree or National Diploma in Statistics
Kimberley
REF: KIM01 1
Licensing  [x2]
  • Degree / National Diploma :  Para Legal, Legal Assistance , Office Administration
Head Office
REF: JHB05
Office of the Chief Financial Officer  [x1]
  • Degree or National Diploma in Accounting, Financial Management, Supply Chain and Logistics / Bcom
Head Office
REF: JHB06

Requirements

Graduates must be:
  •  South African citizens between the ages 18 and 35.
  • Completed a National Cer tificate / National Diploma or Degree in the above mentioned disciplines.
NOTE:  App lications must be clearly marked by quoting the Relevant Division and Reference Number for your application .

How To Apply

Applications must be directed to HR Mana ger, accompanied by com prehensive CV, application letter indicating the relevant d ivision and reference number for your application, certified copies of qualifications,
ID and must be hand delivered at ground floor SADPMR Building,  Jewel City, 251 Fox Street Cnr Greene and Main street, Johannesburg 2028.
Applications must be submitted separately if applying for more than one internship opportunity.
Successful candidates will be required to enter into an Internship Agreement with the SADPMR. The SADPMR is under no obligation to employ the intern on completion of the programme. The SADPMR will pay a monthly stipend.
The SADPMR is committed to Employment Equity; therefore preference will be given to suitable candidates from the designated groups. Candidates in the Affirmative Acti on categories are particularly encourage to apply. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Failure to provide any of the required documents in a manner that is prescribed will result in disqualification of the application and as such your a pplication deemed non – responsive. Due to the large number of applications we envisage receiving, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Enquiries:  Mr Thokozani Mkhize (011) 223 7000 or email:  jobs@sadpmr.co.za

No Experience Graduate / Internship at T-Systems

T-Systems South Africa seeks to assist graduates with work experience to enhance their employment potential and aid in personal development. The company runs a 1-year internship programme for graduates, which provides them with workplace exposure and helps them to enter the job market.
These internships follow a highly structured programme comprised of 95% practical, on the job training and coaching. The balance of the programme offers mentoring, life skills and technical training to complement the practical skills base. Opportunities are based at the company’s Head Office in Midrand, Johannesburg.
T-Systems in South Africa forms part of the Deutsche Telekom group of companies, which puts the company in a unique position to combine Information Technology and Telecommunications into replicable, cost effective solutions. The company shapes the networked future of business and society and creates value for customers, employees and investors thanks to innovative ICT solutions.
Available Internship Opportunities
  • Cloud Platform Engineer – Develop and implement cloud platform strategies and solutions to enable the team to provide reliable, scalable and on-demand cloud infrastructure and add on services to its customers.
  • Management Support – To work in close co-ordination with the senior management / directorial staff to provide administrative support
  • Industry Forum Administrator – To providine transport Forum Administration Support and Industry Research
Requirements
  • Applicants must be South African citizens;
  • Have a relevant National Diploma/Degree and be able to demonstrate good academic record and achievements;
  • Application forms must be completed in full and copies of academic records must be included;
  • Not have previously participated in an internship or graduate programme;
  • Have no work experience in the field of study;
  • A recent graduate (2012-2016);
  • Considered a youth (18-27 years);
  • Verified qualification certificate and no criminal record;
  • Effective communication in English (written and verbal);
  • Computer literacy (MS Office – basic Word, PowerPoint, Excel);
  • Prepared to undergo psychometric assessments.
How to apply
Closing date is 23 February 2017.
Click here to apply online

Corporate Planning Internship at BMW

BMW has an internship position available within its Corporate Planning Department in Rosslyn (Pretoria). The department is responsible for Corporate Planning and local strategy, cross divisional projects as well as supporting the business with strategic analysis of national and international competitive and institutional environments, target development and management.
This internship must be completed full-time over 6 months and can begin as early as 01 April 2017.
Major responsibilities and tasks
  • Managing local strategy formulation/revision and implementation processes.
  • Facilitating a wide range of cross divisional projects, covering all functions.
  • External positioning of BMW South Africa: Liaison, Communication and Co-ordination with internal and external parties
  • Analysis of National and International competitive and institutional environments to ensure consistency with the medium and long term planning for BMW Group activities in South Africa.
  • Target and B-BBEE Management.
Requirements
  • Bachelor Degree in Business Administration.
  • Proven Business and Analytical skills and experience
  • Highly Analytical, Strategic and conceptual skills.
  • Independent,
  • Intrinsically motivated
  • Innovative
  • Proactive.
  • High motivation and entrepreneurial orientation.
  • Able to identify and handle conflicts
  • Results Oriented
  • Age Max. 24 years at beginning of Internship (Visa Purposes)
  • Both English and German languages are required.
How to applyTo apply, please send your application to Michael.Vennemann@bmw.co.zaVia – BMW

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